Sunday Driver is a Fruity Pebbles OG x Grape Pie. You may see the genetics expressed as the shortened form FPOG x Grape Pie as well. Ether way that it is written, it gives you an Indica dominate and the same characteristics. In 2018 Cannarado Genetics get the credit, as they created is strain. So lets form an AMCO High Opinion on this sample.
The coloration on this strain is wild. It’s a mostly oblong shape. Bud structure is present and catchy to the eye. The bright yellow-green patches of color are spread among eggplant purple splotches on this flower. The blaze orange pistil formation makes for a strange yet appealing color combination. This one eighth ounce sample is made up of five pieces of flower. The Look on this sample gets the AMCO High Opinion of 9 out of 10.
The stench on the Sunday Driver is one that is pretty consistent in my experiences. It has wet earth dank stench with a slightly grape to dark berry hints are sure to make you happy. The fruity smells are very much like that of a new bag of cereal. My nose is happy. AMCO High Opinion of 10 out of 10.
The squeeze test shows this sample is a touch too dry. The tricomb formations are mostly intact on the exterior of the flower. The amber ratio to clouded bulbous heads tell me it grew to maturity and was cured correctly. I’m not sure if they are hand trimming or not, but they’re definitely doing something different than some other cultivators. I gave this section a higher score, then had to come back after cutting up the sample due to the relieve humidity loss before I got it. I am going to put it back on a boost pack and try a little re-hydration. AMCO High Opinion of 8 out 10.
The tongue on this is very different than the scent for me today. Disclaimer: I am fighting a little sinus stuffiness today. It’s common for this strain to be a mouth full of dank, like a chunk of mossy wet earth, yet fruity in a lessor than sweet way. A better way to to describe it is not a candy type fruit flavor but a cereal type fruit flavor. The color had me expecting more of grape flavor. The terpenes Linalool and Delta 3 Carene show up strongest to me with that fruity and ceder wood tree like flavor. AMCO High Opinion of 7 of 10.
The euphoria is mild. I have had no issue with any mental agility. I did however get a muscle relaxation of 2 points and a nerve pain reduction of a point as well. I smoked half gram sample as always. Even though I got some muscle pain relief and some nerve pain relief I wouldn’t find it too effective for PTSD symptoms due to the lack of euphoria that snaps me out of my train of thoughts that leads me to a PTSD episode. AMCO High Opinion of 7 of 10.
The overall AMCO Average is a 8.2 out of 10 for this Good Day Farms flower I picked up from GSM. This strain is a tasty flavor that is effective on muscle pain and helpful to nerve pain but not my PTSD .